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Cody has everything but a home

Cody is a two year old Lab/Shepherd mix.

Sadly, his owner had to give him up because he could no longer take care of Cody.

He is happy and energetic, and loves to go for walks.  

He gets along well with his kennel mate.

He is leash and crate trained, knows how to sit and is housebroken.  

He is probably not  good fit in a home with cats, but he loves other dogs.

Cody does love treats, so he is very trainable.  

Adoption fee of $25 including shots and license.  

Cody's has already been neutered and chipped so he is ready to go home today.

Please visit him at Pima Animal Care at 4000 N. Silverbell, and take him home!

For more great pictures of Cody, go to Ted Hewitt Photography's Facebook page.

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